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Imagine Treasure One Man's Trash Old News Cuttings Heaven Bound? There were thousands of pirates active from to which has been called the 'Golden Age' of piracy. Seeking revenge, an athletic man joins the pirate band responsible for his father's death. Lack of funding and an abundance of rough weather have slowed the excavation and it will take years to clean and analyse each and every corroded artefact.
So far recovered from 50 percent of the site are a variety of cannons, some of which are eight feet long. The only gold is almost an ounce of gold dust.
Nevertheless the ship remains an archaeological treasure. But the clues keep on building. The general location of the wreck, is consistent with historical accounts and antique maps, showing the sandbar and the channel and in that channel sits this wreck of the right size for a three-masted ship, which would have been an unusual vessel to visit to the Beaufort inlet. Divers have found the right sort of weaponry including , pieces of lead shot and at least 25 loaded cannons. In Cheng Shih was born in Guangdong province of China, to a family of successful pirates, whose pirate origins can be back to the mid-seventeenth century.
He had his men raid the party house to abduct her. In this position of power she introduced a set of pirate rules of conduct which included special treatment of captured women: Female captives should not be molested. If while waiting for the ransom the female had Anyone giving their own orders ones that did not come directly from Cheng Shih or anyone disobeying her orders was to be beheaded on the spot.
No stealing from the public fund or any villagers that supplied the pirates. All looted treasure had to be declared, registered by a purser and then distributed by the fleet leader. Cash was handed over to the squadron leader, who gave a small amount back to the seizer. The rest was used to purchase supplies for unsuccessful ships in their group. Punishment for a first-time offender for withholding loot was severe flogging.